Work with us
Work with us through Research Partnerships, Knowledge Transfer Schemes and Research Studentships. At Kyiv National University of Technologies & Design, we bring together the real-word industry challenges and academic curiosity through bespoke collaboration.
This is where a business or community group undertakes research together with a university. Partner your business with the University’s world class facilities and leading academics. We work in partnership with some of the world’s most recognisable institutions, companies, innovative start-ups, public sector bodies, charities. We are perfectly placed to support your research needs. Intellectual property is usually shared between the partner organisation and the university.
Knowledge transfer partnerships
Join efforts with Kyiv National University of Technologies & Design through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership. Use funding to access our competence and take new ideas forward or find innovative solutions to business-critical aims.
Want to find homegrown talent? Reach out to KNUTD to see if you can establish a student placement, project or scholarship program. This kind of collaboration helps you connect with undergraduate and postgraduate students while they’re still studying. Students get the experience, and you get to identify the best skilled graduates. We work closely with business partners through placements, projects and sponsorships.
Got a particular problem that you want to solve? Define what you need and contact our university to conduct research on your behalf. You get access to top-level expertise, often while retaining the intellectual property rights.
Put your company right in the middle of things by working alongside researchers on our campust. Having a presence on the same locating can lead to valuable crossfertilisation of ideas — and means that businesses, researchers and students get the benefit of working together.
Why not bring a university expert in-house? Researchers can go on secondment to industry and get the benefit of working on real-world problems.